Luxor, 10 Jan 2018Glad to see someome smart around here. Meanwhile, Lenovo cant even workout weight distribution... moreSo far, I haven't seen any good Lenovo product.
In my country Lenovo = Don't buy
AnonD-24741, 10 Jan 2018Theoretically an F1 car can drive as well upside down as upside up... In fact, the amount of d... moreGlad to see someome smart around here. Meanwhile, Lenovo cant even workout weight distribution of their headset with simple engineering. "heavy on the nose with its 645 grams and not that comfortable at all." Words has been spoken. Time to remodel it Lenovo.
Akinaro, 10 Jan 2018"""Lenovo says recording whatever is happening behind you is wasteful, so you can just enjoy t... moreTheoretically an F1 car can drive as well upside down as upside up... In fact, the amount of downforce the current generation F1 cars generate is so excessive that track owners are actually complaining that it damages the tracks. :)
Anyhoo... a 360 video makes sense as a core part of VR is to let the consumer choose what they want to look at. I agree there are several applications full 360 video is redundant. Like viewing sports and such, where the thing you look at is in once direction.
"""Lenovo says recording whatever is happening behind you is wasteful, so you can just enjoy the view in front.""
Finally someone get it.
There is no future for 360* videos because humans cant focus on such things, we barely can focus on small point in the 2D movie. There is no point of shooting 360 movies because its like creating 3 dimensional race track, but car can just stick to the ground because there is such thing like "gravity".